Finite-time stabilization of a special class of hybrid systems, namely impulsive dynamical linear systems (IDLS), is tackled in this paper. IDLS exhibit jumps in the state trajectory which can be either time-driven (time-dependent IDLS) or subordinate to specific state values (state-dependent IDLS). Sufficient conditions for finite-time stabilization of IDLS are provided. Such results require solving feasibility problems which involve Differential-Difference Linear Matrix Inequalities (D/DLMIs), which can be numerically solved in an efficient way, as illustrated by the proposed examples. (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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